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Giallo Fever: 'The Killer Must Kill Again' [Nsfw]

18 March 2013 4:30 PM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

 

  Fans of Italian horror and sci-fi will no doubt recognize the name of director Luigi Cozzi, a genre journeyman who dabbled in just about everything and clearly had fun doing it – including flamboyant space opera like the amazingly bizarre Starcrash, starring the spectacular Caroline Munro and David Hasselhoff shooting laser beams out of his eyes; matinee fantasies like Hercules, with original Hulk Lou Ferrigno battling stop-motion robots; and the splattery Alien cash-in Contamination, which climaxed with a giant one-eyed vacuum cleaner popping off a guy's head.    Cozzi is also a long-time colleague of horror legend Dario Argento; he has directed multiple documentaries about Argento's films, and runs the shop Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) in Rome, which was founded by Argento in 1989 and features a museum of props from the director's classics. Like his friend and mentor, Cozzi also ventured into the giallo domain, with the 1975 thriller The Killer Must Kill Again. »

- Gregory Burkart

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'Necromantik' 25th Anniversary DVD Coming Soon

15 March 2013 | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

 

  Titan Video has announced the impending return of Nekromantik to American DVD, to mark the film's 25th Anniversary. Directed by controversial German filmmaker Jörg Buttgereit, Nekromantik depicts a bizarre love triangle between a boy, a girl and a rotting corpse. The low-budget film has developed a cult rep for its graphic depiction of necrophilia and copious amounts of gore and squishy corpse stuff, and it secured a rebel reputation for Buttgereit, whose films have been banned, censored and otherwise repressed in many countries (including his native Germany).   The Nekromantik DVD package comes with alternate cover art (versions shown above) and includes the following features: New 1.33:1 digital transfer mastered from producer Manfred O. Jelinski’s 16mm inter-negative German language with removable English subtitles Full running audio commentary by Jörg Buttgereit and co-author Franz Rodenkirchen Featurette with outtakes and interviews with Buttgereit and producer Manfred O. Jelinski. The Making of Nekromantik »

- Gregory Burkart

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How to Vamp Up Your Lips Like Charlize Theron and Viola Davis

26 February 2013 6:30 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Deep red lips were all the rage at New York Fashion Week. And celebrities of all ages are getting a head start on one of Fall 2013's biggest beauty trends. Victoria Justice made her leopard look extra fierce with a wine-stained lip at Dkny's fashion show. In Berlin, Charlize Theron contrasted her piercing eyes with a bold pout at the Cinema for Peace gala. And at the Beautiful Creatures premiere in New York, Viola Davis showed off her captivating smile with a gorgeous red lipstick. Since the dark color makes such a statement, keep the rest of your face fairly neutral. Some blush, a natural eyeshadow and mascara are all you need.  See more trends from fashion week »

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Giallo Fever: 'Four Flies on Grey Velvet'

23 February 2013 | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

We're back again with the third chapter in our ongoing feature on vintage Italian cinema thrillers, and since we've previously covered titles from Lucio Fulci (Don't Torture a Duckling) and Mario Bava (A Bay of Blood), it's time we examined a film from the final member of the genre's “Big Three,” Dario Argento. While Argento's most beloved work is unquestionably the stunning 1977 horror classic Suspiria, which was set in a dreamlike supernatural world, he was previously most famous for his pioneering approach to the giallo genre, beginning with the stylish The Bird with the Crystal Plumage – the huge success of which earned him the nickname “The Italian Hitchcock,” a handle he didn't particularly care for at the time. After that film, audiences craved more thrillers with Dario's eccentric touch, leading to what is loosely described as his “Animal Trilogy,” in that all of the titles include the name of an »

- Gregory Burkart

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Giallo Fever: 'A Bay of Blood'

5 February 2013 5:00 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

We're back with the second installment in our new giallo spotlight series, moving backwards in time (from last week's spotlight on Lucio Fulci's Don't Torture a Duckling) to this landmark of both the giallo and slasher genres from legendary Italian director Mario Bava. Known alternately as Bay of Blood, Twitch of the Death Nerve, Blood Bath or Carnage (and probably a few more), this gory 1971 outing arrived seven years after Bava's incredible Blood and Black Lace, which itself set the tone for nearly all giallo films of the '60s and '70s. Bay is a less significant film in the grand scheme of things, but I think it's often unjustly overlooked, especially considering its huge influence on the body-count slasher flicks of the late '70s and early '80s.     The story is very simple compared to some of the more twisty giallo who-done-it plotlines, and revolves around »

- Gregory Burkart

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Deep Red Screening Tonight At Grindhouse Theatre In Tacoma!

26 January 2013 7:05 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Run by Grand Cinema employee Justin Giallo (pictured), Grindhouse Theater has been an eight years-in the-making dream. Through blood, sweat and tears, what was once a single showing of The Evil Dead has turned into an exploitation extravaganza, with movies ranging from Cannnibal Ferox to Phantasm. Recently, Grindhouse had a special X-Mas showing of the original Silent Night, Deadly  Night, accompanied by a special horror bazaar for those hard-to-shop for relatives. But it's not all gore and screams; Grindhouse peppers each night with a slew of extra goodies like t-shirt and magazine give-a-ways. If you're lucky, you might even be able to catch a live Skype with an actor from one of the movies on the big screen before the flick. If you ever find yourself in the Seattle area, be sure to take a quick trip south and check out this local haunt.

Next showing: Dario Argento's Profondo Rosso/Deep Red, »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (Svetlana Fedotov)

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Deep Red Screening Tonight At Grindhouse Theatre In Tacoma!

26 January 2013 7:05 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Run by Grand Cinema employee Justin Giallo (pictured), Grindhouse Theater has been an eight years-in the-making dream. Through blood, sweat and tears, what was once a single showing of The Evil Dead has turned into an exploitation extravaganza, with movies ranging from Cannnibal Ferox to Phantasm. Recently, Grindhouse had a special X-Mas showing of the original Silent Night, Deadly  Night, accompanied by a special horror bazaar for those hard-to-shop for relatives. But it's not all gore and screams; Grindhouse peppers each night with a slew of extra goodies like t-shirt and magazine give-a-ways. If you're lucky, you might even be able to catch a live Skype with an actor from one of the movies on the big screen before the flick. If you ever find yourself in the Seattle area, be sure to take a quick trip south and check out this local haunt.

Next showing: Dario Argento's Profondo Rosso/Deep Red, »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (Svetlana Fedotov)

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Deep Red Screening Tonight At Grindhouse Theatre In Tacoma!

26 January 2013 7:05 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Run by Grand Cinema employee Justin Giallo (pictured), Grindhouse Theater has been an eight years-in the-making dream. Through blood, sweat and tears, what was once a single showing of The Evil Dead has turned into an exploitation extravaganza, with movies ranging from Cannnibal Ferox to Phantasm. Recently, Grindhouse had a special X-Mas showing of the original Silent Night, Deadly  Night, accompanied by a special horror bazaar for those hard-to-shop for relatives. But it's not all gore and screams; Grindhouse peppers each night with a slew of extra goodies like t-shirt and magazine give-a-ways. If you're lucky, you might even be able to catch a live Skype with an actor from one of the movies on the big screen before the flick. If you ever find yourself in the Seattle area, be sure to take a quick trip south and check out this local haunt.

Next showing: Dario Argento's Profondo Rosso/Deep Red, »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (Svetlana Fedotov)

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Author of "Xerox Ferox" posts memory-lane Fango Convention Video!

8 January 2013 7:36 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

From the back cover:

The titles were as lurid as the films that they covered. Gore Gazette. Deep Red. Sleazoid Express. Before message boards, before blogs, before the internet itself, the fanzine reigned as the chief source of news and information for horror fans worldwide. Often printed on the cheap and sold for the price of postage, madcap mags like Slimetime, The Splatter Times, and Subhuman traveled the globe, creating a thriving network of fans and professionals alike.

Xerox Ferox traces the rise of the horror film fanzine, from the Famous Monster-starved kids of the 1960s to the splatter-crazed gorehounds of the Fangoria generation. Featuring in-depth interviews with over 50 writers, editors, and industry pros, Xerox Ferox is the final word on an era that changed the world of fandom forever…

The book, which includes comments from Fango's Michael Gingold on his review 'zine Scareaphanalia, features cover art by legendary illustrator Stephen R. Bissette, »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (Kier-La Janisse)

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Author of "Xerox Ferox" posts memory-lane Fango Convention Video!

8 January 2013 7:36 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

From the back cover:

The titles were as lurid as the films that they covered. Gore Gazette. Deep Red. Sleazoid Express. Before message boards, before blogs, before the internet itself, the fanzine reigned as the chief source of news and information for horror fans worldwide. Often printed on the cheap and sold for the price of postage, madcap mags like Slimetime, The Splatter Times, and Subhuman traveled the globe, creating a thriving network of fans and professionals alike.

Xerox Ferox traces the rise of the horror film fanzine, from the Famous Monster-starved kids of the 1960s to the splatter-crazed gorehounds of the Fangoria generation. Featuring in-depth interviews with over 50 writers, editors, and industry pros, Xerox Ferox is the final word on an era that changed the world of fandom forever…

The book, which includes comments from Fango's Michael Gingold on his review 'zine Scareaphanalia, features cover art by legendary illustrator Stephen R. Bissette, »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (Kier-La Janisse)

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Author of "Xerox Ferox" posts memory-lane Fango Convention Video!

8 January 2013 7:36 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

From the back cover:

The titles were as lurid as the films that they covered. Gore Gazette. Deep Red. Sleazoid Express. Before message boards, before blogs, before the internet itself, the fanzine reigned as the chief source of news and information for horror fans worldwide. Often printed on the cheap and sold for the price of postage, madcap mags like Slimetime, The Splatter Times, and Subhuman traveled the globe, creating a thriving network of fans and professionals alike.

Xerox Ferox traces the rise of the horror film fanzine, from the Famous Monster-starved kids of the 1960s to the splatter-crazed gorehounds of the Fangoria generation. Featuring in-depth interviews with over 50 writers, editors, and industry pros, Xerox Ferox is the final word on an era that changed the world of fandom forever…

The book, which includes comments from Fango's Michael Gingold on his review 'zine Scareaphanalia, features cover art by legendary illustrator Stephen R. Bissette, »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (Kier-La Janisse)

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Crash Course: Dario Argento

1 January 2013 2:00 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

With his newer work failing to make the same connection with audiences that his masterpieces of the twentieth century did, there is an entire generation of horror fans who may not be as intimately familiar with Dario Argento as previous generations. To remedy that, we've compiled a guide to five Argento films every horror fan should see. This isn't solely a list of the mastermind's best work. In fact, this guide contains one of the director’s most maligned pieces. But to get a good understanding of Argento's aesthetic, one must take the bad with the good. These career spanning selections will give any viewer unfamiliar with the works of Dario Argento a crash course in the work of the prolific filmmaker.

Italian horror is noticeably different than typical American made horror films but it's the forward thinking nature of older Italian horror films and gialli that helped inspire the »

- Tyler Doupe

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